BMA warn NHS in Danger

Funny story written by j.w.

Friday, 1 October 2010

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Cameron's Doctor too busy to see him

Doctors are warning that the Government is placing the NHS in danger by putting too much strain on GP's.

'We can't do all this work' advised the BMA chiefs 'we weren't trained do these bureaucratic tasks you are requiring us to do.'

Suspicions that the whole plan is a money saving exercise with Doctors doing work they were never trained for are growing.

But the Government is adamant. 'This is in everyone's interest. You know you can do it Doctors if you try hard enough' came the urgent call.

A newly invigorated Opposition reminding everyone it was alive said the Government should be put under Doctor's orders and take a rest or they might have a total breakdown.

Anti-depressants are the favourite fix of most of the Cabinet these days but Doctors say that you can have too much of a good thing and there could be serious side effects.

'You'll be saying I'm not being persecuted by Devils from the Deep' chided David Cameron 'I've seen them with my own eyes - they have red eyes and dart poisonous venom at me.'

Worried colleagues are suggesting to Cameron that he should lay off his favourite fix for a while and advise him to see his Doctor.

Unfortunately his Doctor was trying to organise his health authority and advised the Prime Minister to go private.

'I can't do that' was Cameron's reply 'some evil spirit might find out. These trouble makers are everywhere.'

So the reforms to health service go on and everyone in the Cabinet is waiting for Cameron's Doctor to get through his other tasks so she can see their boss.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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